What We Do
The Trillium Network for Advanced Manufacturing is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising public and investor awareness of Ontario's advanced manufacturing ecosystem. The Trillium Network was originally conceived by Paul Boothe and Richard Dicerni as a vehicle to implement the recommendations of the Ivey Lawrence Centre's "Future of Canadian Manufacturing" research. Ontario Government funding for the Trillium Network was announced in Budget 2014, and the Trillium Network was incorporated and commenced operations in 2015.
The Trillium Network is governed by a board of directors chaired by Ben Whitney and is managed by Brendan Sweeney. Our offices are located at Western University in London, Ontario. The Trillium Network staff work closely with all levels of government, industry associations, manufacturers, educational institutions, and other like-minded partners across the province.
Working with our partners, the Trillium Network seeks to raise public and investor awareness of Ontario's advanced manufacturing ecosystem in a manner that supports growth and improves competitiveness. We use our network to connect partners and make them aware of initiatives that support manufacturing. We convene meetings to discuss the opportunities and challenges confronting Ontario manufacturers. Finally, we collaborate with our partners on initiatives of common interest.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A TRILLIUM PARTNER?
Is your organization interested in collaborating with the Trillium Network for Advanced Manufacturing? If so, contact us to learn more about becoming a partner.